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. THE A1IQ13S, THURSDAY, MA1SCH 2f), 1894. 3
n r. OJOfUtt. . D. COXXELLT.
Connelly &: Connelly,
A t ' inn v.. nt Law.
tilT i 9 -i . nr, ovt SS.tc'icI! & Lyudt'f
bank. M !.v t I' in.
Jack? on & Hurtt, -
Attorney nt Law.
i IS -c in l' '-1-ind National larnli h.ilhlliie.
I ti )i:sri. r. L. WALKEa
Svivorv.y " Walker,
A'i rny ami I'.mir'illors nt Law.
mil. m ll. tv.- !.' Work.
Cliarics J Saarla,
Attorney nt Law.
I., . i! I. .id-' i ( a t kindi promptly attandcd
tn. i' i'c'" Attorn.- nt V.o k l.land conaty.
tilts . .l-t' ftW r.l.n k.
li Zalry & McEniry,
Attorney nt Ltiw.
I i fii" I )- " B K ! ctir'tjr; muke rol.ec-
.. ,.. !:, ':, in-.-, Vir!t.-r, .1 t.n', J.ai Ucr,
I , J' t-e. tfl I H
Lr. A stay.
I'l y-it tan r.'nl Siir'onn
; .1. IMt.l Milini'. Ti Ipi !. inn. olTIre
I;. 1- 1 l p. m . m i! ni nL't.t
J a. le'l.LUVI III. I. . t.
I. K II OITH, M. D
Dra Earth & Holl 5V.-buth,
Physician and Surgeons.
1 ft it i!'-.i a-ii t, Tektp&one inRi
k.iu 1 tH! '.!!' V. - luM
orru 1 i.-.rw :
IrH'ff- I Dr. llniV.wbni.h
ti , ra. I Id ! ix a. in,
t t .' ami 7 loan, ti, I J to i aud T :o 1" p. ra.
Er. Chas. II. Robinson,
live. I'.tir. N'.n am! Tl1ro.1t On! v.
IV... M.ViiIIch.-Ii r.ai;.:ite,14 W. Third St.,
I'i t. Iowa, liiurr: U to 11 a m., ltt4p. m,
R. M. Pearoe,
I:. mi, !n V iti licll 1 Lynile'. new Tiuilil'mp
r.-' I'l-'V.llnr. ' X
Hawthorns &c Silvis,
Nil !T: '. S-inmil Avenue, twer Krcll .SU.Iri..
D:t.. Eickle t Schoemaker,
. IVntal Sunreons.
Vi i hul' & I.ynuVa Clock. Iinowg 3t. Take
Llciward L. Hammatt,
I flic . I!.k m4:.!tct.ci! & Ljnl Enlldlnjf.
Geo. P. Stauduinr,
T" ir.a ami t uprrlnlinilriir fnr a'i clu. of
Itniil n l;nnr.i ivi and Ci, MHchcl! A LynUo
roiiiiltrif. 1i.ku ilitjl t.
'I1 Y DI I ICCIW.
ttiforu niork. ntn K:r.lniTT't ftore.
A. D. HUES1NG.
H. -n. tim other tira vtrtt-d and we
kr. .i. li .ii-irce C'otriaal", the followioR
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,.''" tvcii In. Kilwaake
Ui-mai. ;n r,,., nf perria.IH.
Oilieuc r iv.L m. nndL'd Ave.
I'.ocu Island, Iu.
EAYE3 &. CIXAVELAHD
Iktj rti...B'.!r.B oTcr -10 Million Dolinri
cf C.ioh ftjueta
rIr Mf0 Tornarto.
I'! Hi'E-llmmon'a riielr Hock Inland, KU
" ocrenur rata; Uicrwlli Iniurect you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . '. .
Tit old Flra and Tlma-tried Oompanlat
Losses Promptly Paid.
"ai ai low at ary rcllaale company can afforJ
Your ratronaga if tolicilcd.
One She Had Before She
"Misled 'the Colonel.
EOCSTLL TELLS A EOMAHTIO TALE.
An A (Tor I Ion That UlnMumrri Rnpiilly and
Aprmrrntly ol Ovcr-t ulUvutli.u
A Irpot.Uioo That l)isplaccI an AppU
rallun Khols Only a Catapair From
tli SI art Tie Tulo With t lib Expert
Vasihxutox. Mnrch 20. TIib surprise
of tlie l'lilInrd-Brcckiiiriiliie triiilwas the
IitXHTt(il nniienrniK-c nt one of Miss
lVlLmls oll lovers. Uunkiii lloscll. a
Kentucky BLiioiilnuistitr. His lfosition
mil lifiTi rend in tlie ense, but to make
hi testimony doulily sure the ex-fiance
was introduced iu jhtsoii, anil no Fooner
had he taken the stimd then Mtnleline I'ol
lard Kliiiivl in for tiie first timo this week,
from the ollice ot her uttorney Jicrots the
street, where she waits to lie sent for when
her presence is needed. Most of the testi
mony was in tlie foim of depositions, and
lnueli ol it was of. a diameter which can..
o::lj" lie published txpurated. Those
depositious recardinir which Judge
Iirudlcy had exiire-siied his ri-urcts that
they could not be cxpl;it!i;J on penernl
principles wire ru.-ited. and toid a terrible
story of depravity on the part of Madeline
1 ollard. Their princii al mints liave hewn
printed in these dispatclus as far as was
A Ntrugclft uf tlir lOvpi-rls.
Oilonel lireekiiniilire's private secretary
was one of the witnesses of the day to
ideiitiry the repuuiuled letter, and aiKithtr
was Colonel Hav, the Ih-sL known man in
Wiishincton and incidentally an expert on
penmanship, who was subjected to further
crifcvSH-xr.iuiniition upon tli jiriiicipies em
ployed in detectinu; forperics, under the
siit;eHtii)iiH of nnotiier expert wiio sat at
Attorney Wilson's clhov . From the aJdi-
tiou of this new e?;iert to the c.tse it
looks as though a bard lk:ht had been pre-
cipitativlowr the authenticity of tlie black-
lionleri-d leltcr. Wiistm in his cro-.-cxanii-uaiuiuof
Hay called his attention to the
fact thf.t iu one case he had declared that
n certain man bud not written a letter.
while it was proved that he had. May said
that the alleged proof to the contrary nnt-wilhslan-linj;
the said man did not write
f'miusel lYumlers from the ':::'.
Hay, who is an expert penman himself,
asserted that lie could imitate any indi
vidual letter in the disputed document,
but would not be able to combine them
into a plausible iniiratiim of tiie hand
writing. He had never known a case in
which experts had differed so widely as
over the Kindley lqUer, and incidentally
remarked that congress had never paid
him for the twenty-live days of haul work
upon the case. HuKerworth added tiiat.
the K(verur.ietit never paid anything it
could avoid payino; except itsbontls. W'iten
ilay wasl'.ually dismissed the whole Held of
exjiert tvideltce had been threshed over to
weariness, and while Wilsen's cr:!ss-cx-amiuation
hadliceti sharp, ins was cxpeai
i d. he had not mndo an impression on the
witness to amount to anything.
And u Here Comes Ir. l.nsrll.
And then. nfier ilr. Mortiiint'ton,
Hreekinridj:e's clerk, told how he found
the disputed letter, Mr. Kosell one of
Madeline 'Pollard's innr.y lovers wtis
called. Ho knew Madeline and he told
over what his deposition said, that Made
line, herself entirely unknown to Kosell,
went to him ct the store where he was
employed, introduced herself ami asked
him to introduce her to a man he himself
didn't know, and how he did so with great
The date was October or November,
issii, mid the man to whom Madeline de
sired to be made known was Dr. l.rowc,
w ho was in charge of the VVeslevan col
lege, which Miss l'o!iard desired toatteud.
Madeline YVaa Very l'riendly.
"Did she tell you how she happened to
"She had hoard her cousin Nellie OUiver
speak of ine often. 1 knew Ne'lie Olliver.
We were received in the office of the
coiletre by Dr. l'.rown. I was not ae
tttaiiitcd with him, but I introduced my
self and Miss l'ollard. She stated her in
tention of enteritis school there; said she
had a guardian, Mr. Khodes, who would
Is-along the next day to complete the
arrangements. She stated to Dr. Drown
that I was tOcrsoiial friend of hers and
asked him to grant me the privilege of
calling there whenever I wanted, l-'rom
that time on I called very re:;:ilary for
the purjmse of seeing her, sometimes
twice a week, sometimes three times. "
RHODES' GIRL FOR REVENUE ONLY.
The fair MnileTlno Nrver Iuteutleil to Keep
Ilosell said their nccjiiuintancc ripened
into love fliul they were em-aged by
Christmas. He further said ".Miss pol
lard stated first that Mr. Khodes was her
guardian; afterward that she was dctiir
ous of getting an education, and having
no one to help her Mr. Khodes having
proposed matrimony, die lxcame en
gaged to him on condition that lie would
pay for her schooling. She said that, from
the start she did not intend to carry out
tiie contract. She was ambitious to se
cure an education." Kosell testified that
during their engagement Miss Pollard ex
hibited great affection for him; umt 8jle
frefftently kisspd and caressed him and
often sat irr his lap.
S.he had asketl him to act, when Khodes
wus present, as though he was not ac-'
quniuted wit h her. Wheu he toid her he
was going to Cincinnati she expressed a
wish to accompany him. He toid her she
might do so, and she put on her cloak ami
hat, suying her trunk was packed. He was
then obliged to tell her that "under t he
circumstances we had letter not go until
Juue." Miss Pollard had toid him she
was three years younger than he, nml he
was born in ifllO. Kosell had presented
Aliss Pollard with t wo rings. Wilson tried
hard to keep from the jury tho reason Ko
sell broke oil the engagement, but tha
question was finally admitted, and witness
said that she bud allowed him to kiss and
hug her in a way he did not like iu a
woman he loved.
Shelby inquired whether in 1b4 Miss
Pollard was a mature person physically
and mentally. Objection was made ami
the question excluded. It was asked also
whether her conduct was that of a mature
person and this was also excluded, but a
question f was framed to which Kosell
could answer thut she was a woman
Ke had seen Principal Urown but once
and there hud been no unpleasantness be
Then the prosecution scored the point
that the witness had been an applicant
for a position in the revenue service until
he was wanted for a deposition, w hen he
withdrew tho application and ran for su
penntende vt or schools. He did not, how
ever, know Oolouel iireckinridgc when be
first matie his application.
Wilson also tried to get from witness
description of the rooms at Wesley.m col
lege win re he met Miss Pollar.1. but wit
ness seemed to have U en too much ab
sorbed in his lady-love to notice tho
geography and topography of the ronms.
When Kosell was excused the deposi
tions of one Kaufman, a butcher nt Ix-
ugton, Ky., and John A. Brandt, a school
janitor in that city, were n ad. They are un
fit for publication, but are direct, and if
true completely destroy Madeline's claim
last Thursday the emperor of Austria
went through the annual performance of
washing the feet of twelve old men. The
observance is a religious one conftccted
with Maundy Tursday. Water was
poured from a golden t-.ver upou the feet
and then his majesty dried them with a
towel, lie triniaccd ovt'r the u pleasant
The Augusta (Ga.) cotton mills are re
ported to he iu splendid condition, with
suflicient orders on hand to run them for
six mouths, tveu if no mora orders are
booked. One miil has just received a SoJ,
0tl order from a lioi t hern firm.
tioM has been discovered at the summit
of il.-ihu's peak iu Colorado, and prospect
ors are already on the luouiitainsabove the
clouds stc.kiug claims on the south slope,
where t here is not much snow.
Kev. Sylvester Maloue. of Krooklyn, is
to succeed the late Dishop Mt-Xicrny, of
Alhait, as regent of the university of the
state of New York.
A c ups of women miiili.i U the latest
step iu the emancipation of Kntrland. The
ladies expect to fullill all the war office
conditions of eiliciency and promise to be
reedy to take the lk-ld should war break
Italy is facing a monetary situation
much like that which prevails here. Al
though the country is nearly bankrupt the
banks nre flooded with money.and as there
are no undertakings this capital 'lies idle
Obituary: At St. Paul, Anson Nortbv.p,
aged 76; nt Los Angeles, till., II. C. Lett,
of theJL tah commission; at St. Paul, Cap
lain Ocorge Hayes, inspector of steam ves
sels, aged 00.
T. V. Dickinson's jewelry store at Buf
falo was seized by the sheriff on executions
for local banks and New York merchants.
Mrs. L. A. Perrin, a milliner of Denver,
has liecn drav.u to sit with the grand jury,
and must serve, despite her protests.
An American photographer, 1". E. Ives,
is astonishing Loudon by successfully tak
ing colored photograph.
The Texas state Democratic convention
will be held al Dallas on Aug. 14.
Sixty foreign countries were represented
at the Wond's lair by exhibits valued at
If no other means can hs devised for
getting rid ol them the radical fre-e
traders in the house will abolish thesngur
bounties by a.rider or u regular appropria
"ahowers. and slihlly warm; r" was the
prediction of tiie weather bureau tor Chi
cago yesterday. At 5 a. m. a blizzard was
blowing from the southwest and snow
fell steadily all day and did not cease un
til late last nght.
Wants Government Salaries Ueduccd.
Washington, March t'j. Kepresei native
Boeu of Minnesota has introduced a bill
for the reduction of tho compensation of
persons in the government service. It
provides that salaries ironi tl,W to r.."),0UO
be reduced 2j JHtr cent, and those from
;.,! l" to t'jo.uw reduced j per ceut.;
ail above fciO.oiM reduced Ml per cent.
?iutU Mine Ylctiui Found.
Plymouth, Pa., March IIS. The ninth
victim of the Oaylord mine disaster has
Why RainHH3-'g I'ouusel AVilhdrew.
Makion, la., March '.'J. The withdrawal
of Colonel Clarka and Mr. IUiruham as
counsel for D. G. Kam.say, chief of the Or
iler of Kailway Telegraphers, who will be
tried at this term of the district court for
aiding and abetting wire-cutting on the
Hurlingtou, Cedar Kapids and Northern
road, is the result of a disagreement. Mr.
Kauisay expected to bo tried at the last
term of court and had made every prepara
tion lor it, instructing his counsel to light
any attempt at a continuance. Contrary
to these instructions Mr. Clarke, during
Kamsay's absence, asked a continuance
until this term, w hich waft granted. Kam
uy at once secured additional counsel and
attempted to have the order for a contin
uance set aside, but without success.
Legislutiein for tlie llawkeye S.ute.
Dks Moinis, March 2!). Tho senate
passed the following bills: Anti-insur-combiue
bill, prohibiting union to keep
up rates; appropriation bills for state in
stitutions aggregating ffo.Wf); providing
for classificat ion of boiers; fer uniform sig
nals iu mines; reducing uumlicr of grand
jurors to litteen; to prevent improperuse
of money in elections; also joint resolution
proposing a constitutional amendment
prohibiting the manufacture and suie of
liquors except for medicinal, mechanical
and sacruniental purposes. The brtf to
revise the revenue laws was defeated.
House passed appropriation bills for state
institutions aggregating rbont 4-70, 0U0.
C'luirvoyuut locior Sentenced.
EuiE, Pa,, March 'JS. T. C. M Weaver,
the clairvoyant doctor, convicted uudcr
three indictments for fortuue telling, was
sentenced to six months in the Allegheny
workhouse. Weaver httel also been cou
victed of practicing; medicine iu violation
of the law. but got a new trial. Weaver,
who is a native of Kittanniug, this state,
enme to Krie from Jackson ienitciitiary,
Michigan, where he had served five years
for swindling a farmer out of i4,UU) while
practicing as a "spook'' doctor.
Itrutar DouMo Aiurder in Florida.
Jasi-KU, Mureh 29. There is great ex
citerneut at Ellaville, a few miles south of
this place.over the murder of Mrs. Turner,
an agexl woman, and Miss Iipsey, a 10-year-old
girL The girl was found iu the road
in front of tho house with her brains
beateu out. Old Mrs. Turner was found
dead in the house, her head having also
been beateu to a jelly. The girl hud beea
criminally assaulted. There is no clew to
Olney A o vises Against ft.
Washington, March lis. Attorney Gen
eral Olney has sent a letter to Keprvaeuta
tive Covert, chairman of the house com
mittee on patents, advising aguinst the re
cents suggestion that the commissioner of
pateute investigate the Derlinger telephone
Cuateuts. ........ -
MISTOOK TIIE LAW.
So Says Reynolds of His Offi
EIS EECEST DECISION Oil PESSI01
By Which Many Helpless Children of 1M
ceased Veterans Will Co liaek on tlie
Kolls Iloetors Advocate a Health lltt
rean in the Interior lepnrluient Fund.
Wanted for I'nitcd State Courts The
Hcliring Sea liitrli.
WAsm;TO, March 20. Tho case which
called out the decision of Assistant Secre
tary of the Interior Reynolds to the effect
that iill'idiotic, insane and other helpless
children of dead veterans whose names
had lieen dropped from the pension rolls
were restored thereto by the net of is:,
w as that of Harrison F. Ijcb, of Ducks
county, Pa., whose father was killed in
action at the battle of Gettysburg while
serving in company II, One Hundred and
lifty-lirst Pennsylvania infantry. The
minor reached the sixteen-year limit J-.ino
SI, 1ST1,'. His claim, based on permanent
helplessness, was filed under the act of
Juue 27, ISiU, on December !, 1st)!, and re
jected April 11, lSilJ, oa the j.Toand that I
he was over 10 years of lige at. the date of !
.. , . ..i ... ;
loiiii Lue eiiiiii. j nc hi i uiiu-.-i mueil lie i
applied provides that where a minor child
is insane, idiotic or otherwise permanently
helpless, pensions should continue during
the child's life or during the period oi the
Tel of the Secretary's Kuling. .
This proviso, it, is held, applies toall pen
sions heretofore granted or hereafter to lie
granted under this or any former statute.
The issue pt-cseiitcd was whether, by the
terms of the act, the pension of an insane,
idiotic, or permanently helpless minor
which had ceased by reason of the minor
attaining the age of I'i years before the
date of passage of tho act wsis renewable.
It was held by a former assistant secretary
that such jieiisious were not reueAaiile,
and all like cases were rejected, isc. retaty
l.'cnoMs, in reversing the former depart
ment ruling and adi lifting these claims,
holds that "where,. lit. der the general law,
the pension of minor chi! lien who were
insane, idiotic, or permanently helpless
has terminated by reason of aTta.uiiic, their
pensionable nn.joiity' prior to passage of
the act of June ',7, 1".) i, the pension may
be renewed from the elate of I'iir.g r.pplit-.'.-tioii
itpi.n proof of a continued and unin
terrupted insanity, idiocy, or he!p!ess
ness." Says the 1-aw ! I'lain l:nougli.
In conimcntinu upon the iortoer ruling
Judge Kcynolds s.-.;: "It would seei.i
that little lorlher than a c in-fa! rin.lii.gl
of the act itself would lie m dicicut lo
ilcinonsi rate the fai t that t hi-- law has
been mi.-caiist rued to the grievous harm
of a class ef tite nation'.-, ileperno-nt who
should receive, c.s the law intetuleel they
should, the iiui.i benevolent eoui'ieration.
No other int.-rpri tatiou of tlie l.:w l con
sistent with justii-".reaso:i ami the express
terms of tiie slat lite, 'i'hewhoie si .jie of
the law was to provide 1 r a i.:;e ei d.-Jie-ndencc
anil Ihe, fi rmer i:iU rprelation
seems lo me to tie wholly at var.ance wi; h
the intention i f contrri-." Some jm-' ij,b
now want to know whether tho. dn-pped
from tiie roll.-. iil not also cif. ii led to
arrearage the atooa.'.ts nit rc.overed
while they were m.t on the rolls.
BUREAU OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
Doctors Want It i:-ti.t lili ii iu tlie Iitte
rior lii-partiu uu
V.'AslllNCToN, Mar. h :iii. 'i he medical
profession wiis well represented at a hear
ing before the house cmnitscc on inter
state and foreign commerce upon the bill
establishing a bureau of public health
within the department of lie. in: ::. The
biil was prepared by the nation;;! ouaian
tine committee of the New- York A cadi my
of Medicine, and at the hearing metiiK rs
of tiie eomiiiittee as well us i :!n r medical
gentlemen were present. The proposed
bureau is to consist of a commissioner of
public health and ttu advisory council.
The duties of the bureau are to collect
and diffuse information upon matters af
fecting the public Lealth; the loihctioa
of information with regard to the preva
lence of contagious and epidemic diseases
iu this and ot her countries, and the prep
aration of rules and re--iilali-.us securing
the best sanitary condition of vessels from
foreign ports, aud for The prevention of
the introduction and spread of ini.-et ions
diseases in the United States. Tiie ad
visory council is lo consist ot one member
from each state.
MONEY WANTED FOR THE COURTS.
Vnele am In ArrriiM in n Very impor
, Washington, March :".. Actiug Secre
tary Curtis, of the 'treasury department,
ims sent to the house a communication
from the attorney general calling attention
to the immediate necessity for additional
appropriations for tiie fiscal year ls.t;4 for
the expenses of tiie l'uite-d States courts.
United States marshals, the attorney gen
eral says, ore fearful that the judges will
adjourn the courts unless money is fur
nished for jurors as Weill as witnesses. lie
also says there is not. a district where a
Utiited States court is held t hut is not iu
need of money for support of United States
prisoners. The jailors are needy men.
They supply their own money lor food for
prisoners and guards in protecting them,
audfthey ought to be paid promptly.
The Seal Fisheries Trouble.
Washington, March ai The nre-ement
relative to the seal hsheries has nut yet
been perfected, ult hough it is supposed to
to be near that stage. It is understood
that the main point of fl'fiVrciice arises
from the insistence of theDritisU that
warning be served on the Caiiadian seal
ers who go into the forbidden rone before
the agreement is ratified, as a preliminary
to seizure. Secretary Greskum has taken
the ground that these vessels huve already
had suflicient warning iu the publication
of the decision of the arbitrators. This
point, however, docs not appear to involve
a difference so radical as to threaten au
1'opular Itloetion or Senators.
"Washington, March 2U. Brvan of Ne
braska made a statement before tho com
mittee on the th-ction of uresident luid
vice president and representatives in con
gress iu behalf ot his proposed amendment
to tne constitution providintr for tha elec
tion of senators by direct vote of the peo
ple whenever they make provision for the
same statute or otherwise. The commit
tee expects to reach a decision on the ques
tion at lis next meeting -
COXEY ON A VISIT TO CHICAGO.
Complain, that We Cannot .et 1:miis.-
for!:!. 1 1 nrnr .
Otic Alio, March J. S. Ci xey, the
leader of the Commonweal, was in town
fr a fw hours jesteiday, leaving for his
r.riiiy atli o'clock l.i.-,t night. Ilesi.i.ll.a
came In re Jo sell horses. His stmk only
brought 4.Vt, while he cvjuvtcd f h y would
not l knockisl down for less llmu tl.!.
"It is a shame , to think," he .said in
tpoaking of tho circumstance, "that
horses w hich co,st us no let than fl.'W to
raise shoulA not realize in ore .i lam a f--kumlrcd
!olliirs. It is nil tln eTectsnf
the system of government, v. hich pri;sse
to lie a government of tiie jM-ople, hut
width in reality is a government of the
lew and for the few.
lie b.-c:nii an animated tnlk about his
plans lor the march to Washington. He
expressed himself as thoroughly sa'islk-d
with tne progress so far made, aud sij
that he had i.s,urances of supjiori lrom all
parts of the country, which ineunt uoviur
less than oer;..in sin cess.
Arrival 1 the Araiy at S..Iem.
SAI.I M, tJ., Mnrch .".. Coxey's army has
arrived here, M-veiity-nine strong, li, was
fed v.e. I by ;he i itiif its.
Ton u Xl:j:e.i iu l,t I .re.
Omaha. M.nth A sjhcial to The
Leu from North Platte sa; s the town of
utherland, jixteeii miles wit of here was
- "' w,:"1
was rat-in the time and the i-ifoi-. to
stopthc lire vrc ol no avail. A complete
report of li.e lo-ses cannot ie oblained.
l'ri iiloii K, Himself.
So online;: i !v siiccossful has I loo -J"
Snrsti arill.i I n that ninny li-adiii";
i ilizeus fr mi all over Ike L'nit.-.l
SI atcs f :iri i -h 1 e-t inioiiials r.f cur
which seem almost niirarttloiis.
Hood's S::rs:ii:irilla is not an :
ilciil. but tin- ripi; fruit of iudtitrv
and study. U )ot;fsscs merit
cuiiar 1 il-cif."
Hood's j i I ' s cure p:ui-:i. sick
hi'.-iilaclic. iiidlg-i-stiiin. I'i'.iousncss.
Sold by ail drn j-";i-ts.
c i ti rol ri'n'.'i-V.
A r. : .
p MtVf rr.ti-r to tin
Is!. NI Aliit'-. i.d il h
Lcc.'pi'-d f ir any or a 1 1 f tlie
fe e '.:re men'i inn! :
rc'.c.r.f America" Vc.tt
t ii itiree cot'p in. ol di J-r:ii 1
' Cratfcerr.l Jewc's rf Fr.jic;'- K
J.l r"ll' aiid S X C-'Tip loi 'f
C.fl r.-nt da es. r
'"icturrrrr.e Wcra's Fair"
:r.ts aii -t three cr.p.n.. f
r. nt i an s
Thursday, March rg.
t i y fu' ri'ji rr will j.r era! tt:r
ci-h aiiii ltic ci:ij.on at th
AkiiCS lli:". Otil of Uire
up s, T:lier- will mio? I'ic riL
atid liii cntip.t:.- ti t!ii i f!U-J
w itli the onier for l.c J arl d -
Ted. and it ni l he r tiile I
tLeui free i f ai.y furtli. r
t4z a Well
1 1 r-.LI J 1 Oti Iiay. gf-
r. r r'-rn rrri-r,i
r H It I.I.IHbUI SOU H.
I'm tmeslhe AIkii. hi-sulis in Ii.ik. II i.eis
iKiwi-rtitny siti-.t nn i.lv. Cures a hen all others
l. .1. i -mile meiii:i ret-Xin Hi-ir lost niaiihood
t;.;u ohi ni n vol m-oin i.-ir yocihiul vnot
i v m.c; ViTAl'S. it O'.icl 'vumi sirre'.T ra
oiris Nervou-:.es. f.ct ilii.ily. imfoo-iu-t-
isK.imv t. missions, lHnt IVn.cr. Fn.tmir "iP.r.1
or , V.'i.sliii!: Ii a-es. Mil oil cllccts ol w t
a mi" or exo-ss and Indiscretion. Vnls i.J
ee-oi tv- and roiisnmption. Ittsist cn iimff
VITAH3, tin ot'i'-r. Cr.n be carried in ve-.i
ieU L iiy nniil S1.00 rv r paeliac". or six lir
s.i.imi, tiith a posiiiia urittea miraatee t cars
Or rcinnil TI.e mmtij. i irriilsr Jree. Aihtri t.
lAia JiLI i.KHI.I-1 loiii AAl. iii,-n, IU.
f ICST MANHOOD
O -2 IS
r? ? 0 6
uk ft n,, ,rzs - Si
a-.H-i I wit.
a- bi.-.m-.; I.y !r -ml ii!ini.,-. : !(
is-iii.- i.:..i,.,. t'.,.; , i. Ti. rtiiv.lii..
r .ino .;.:. ,ic. t ; im. : ... u r ; j;: . ci jie-tb
r - .-l.i..i -! i i rt.-.i :! t atk- k
t-nc c-, I,;, i.i j-r j,;: ,:it t.j
riSM.Es, tax, l,lr.l ;: ' S1J ffS,
An ! a' nil rr :o - t ;.;H
Jomttsc FA7T. Cre
Aitrfr? fili to iffrcr t. cu.nr.
l-'or salo be T. II. Thi.mt. Ktln
Second axon no and 1''0 SiAii1-cnlli
Catarrh ond Catarrh
:. A. KdKOSTBOI'E.
Y..I if I -W-V-l! 1, 111, t.r. nof
f t: i- i to nt -utc I t,-iy I..f
i .tii 1. 1 o.i,j ii., wu U a mi ka to la a
U'ti'l f ee
! Imd tren'cl w iiti fc- 1 h ': l.rn i re r hed for
lvi,.i.,t..,c.t.Ui1).i,M .,,4 ja torc-pe.
tut vriitnibl .uic .
I h'iH the r ':.r nr or tt n'e Sti iryeir..
fir.:, nm.i in ii ac ioau 1'me, or rffe le
incmr. i u m oi c -ed up. I rt .'td Tai
M'hiOi- t the Kx.it Vc i In-tu.ie. lh
1 r.u- wtii m- th y end cure tn. 1 be
d A -I -.. me. an J toOiy I tanLeiraf aril
ynu or au inn oh.-.
I cn chcerfui'y lecomaeud U vm to ail af-
Scott Medical Institute,
S.'I Tndy STi-it,I.v rpf rt. I-wa,
ivct American Lzpicra Co.
OW Ilri!s lo 11 a m.. Stn a. tn .
t isp m. tin si intm. iite offlie 111 be up, a
I-xui K a. a. to IS H tu 4 p.m.
(Sncceaaiyt to E. WZXVT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eit'liteeiith Street.
JtFIt and Workmanship Gnar
a a teed the Lest
Cieaiiiag and Rep&uiog Done.
THE MOLINB WAGON.
--m..imM. JJiWJ aaaaMa.dal.i ,w HaiBi-a'
Kajmlictnrers ol FARM, SPIIEG ADD FREIGHT WAG0Z3
tall aed eoranteto tine of Platform sad otter dpetc Varoaaaouaciaf y fraaaaaa bataa
taaiwatnac.rarloaforaAar)iiordBDlh f.taiaVaied rnealatiaaaaai
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. SO: S8S1 SIXTH AVEMJE.
fihap on Yin 8trt PQCS JZLAHD,
STATE SAVHTQS DA1IIL
o m CoftMt rtrtocM atit aai Third Aaa,
arceed. ta Uttt Bartrn tana. Oitauly I W
Orraaiand aadrt Sueur Lava,
fi-ti fmai t a. ra. ta I si a,n4 Weancaday oad
tlataniar aVhu rraraTlava
r.iwrra fannrca, . rielaVtH
M. A. l.Mn,t - . . VU Htulwa
e. Hsitvw.T, . ciilgi
Porter NitDaer. w. W. Wp,
C. A- Iloee, f , A. Atxvwtfc,
O. B. fc3ra-, U . H. Aaama,
Aaorew rnbe-. . F. EwMUwar.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
for pnvata aartieo 1a tbo
apot of im ot ny um
Orchard State Bank
a OaVTI ART. ttKltKASKA.
. ar. Iiaar. I're-ldeTiu'
Mhrix n Lyn.le. Iiauaee.
J. r". kvuunwoa, br avuca National
.?. Carter, . P.
faiuU-elj, 1'iitivcly. l'rfTt!y. TtT-
Without Surgical ) K-ration ordcltn
tion front liusimas.
o p fnr tr-rtmctit utrt it rarcd. T Kv aM f
tlitnttit lireiilc oie'ptiiii.rirtute. fwaan-.
l'iarllaor iK-tiiii.- Mie pertb.un.tlr noa.
'"if.riii. mim - ttMi: tie e ,if kwtfe.
1'iie. retnwwtJ m.it.iiot paia tA tbe
UeUical Erd Scrici1 Instils
AUDSZLSOZl tc BOSS,
CONSULTA1 lOX IS IKEE.
Pmnaeent'T lneaied ta the Ryaa Pine. Corner
becuod and ttraay uvcia, Wavecuon, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTEiTABE WEMXWE.
Pr. Ardimoa an4 Rne are rradaaica ot tbi
lesillnr medical oollepr. of til ttntry. awl
vita r yearr,' capertetica as the IrraUucUid
b tile Orn ate.
CATAIiKII. THROAT AVD LI C.S.
They iKwelul' l-at Catarrb. Tbiuat aad
Inuz. da of tbc !lurt,v oiyaaa. dytw
n-. aver uvatili-., coLs'.tpatioa, cbrutiic oiar
riwa. KIKXCV XU tUIXAKT
Troobx-1 .peertlly removed.
The awl arer vaitd rjMw. ant jcdiy and
M-rmaueulty cured by our u-w raetfa-ad of treat
HH!t AFr-UtTED-Caer-ia atletitlot 0m
U all dweae. fwcaitario ua-a. Kety facility
and aaatttase tor tbc treatment and apuadj ro
moral of tb eta of dieeaaee.
KJcttricitjr lis Scientific Applies-
Facial blenilea. aa asolea, nptrtom hair
:i mark.. Uimue. wcu.etc., rum seed br rat
BUK1 nil SKIS IiIO.ii;.
ATI trouble, arwnr trma tmpnre hlood, ecrof
aia. eraetna. letv-r. tamo., alopnu. etc.
aa be oofwahed ronaaoiitir by bmieroraahor
vie. brnd en'. fr ejtK.lWn blark. Addrto.
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